Little things of joy

Shopper to Seller – An experience

Part of Little things of joy When did you do something new? Any new activity triggers an excitement in us, adds much needed flavor to the daily life. There was a situation recently, where I choose to say Yes for the new experience. As I write in my blogs to explore the new avenues and… Continue reading Shopper to Seller – An experience

Inside, Outside

Balance for Better

Look at the picture, what does it remind you? To-do list at work or the one on the fridge door? Or the shopping list or clothes/plates piled up for a wash or papers stacked on the table that should be taken care of or the major responsibilities that you are holding on your shoulders? This… Continue reading Balance for Better

Reinvent Yourself

Renaissance

—Part of Reinvent series Transformation and Reinventing could come from many different angles. Each one may have their own reason for reinventing. Last time I had written about Trekking where reinventing was to add more liveliness to life and to explore self-interest in a new area. However, this time I have a story where reinventing… Continue reading Renaissance

Panchatantra - Stories for kids and adults

Panchatantra Series

Image: Multiple sources Stories are magical, they carry us to another vibrant world. They allow us to create wonderful characters and color them with our imagination. Stories are very important, especially for kids. Telling stories to kids is a nice experience that improves the bonding between kids and parents and opens up conversations. Storytelling could… Continue reading Panchatantra Series

Inside

What are you talking to yourself?

Image source: pngtree It's what we whisper ourselves that has the most power. How do you talk to yourself? Are you talking consciously or in an autopilot mode? Whether you call it as inner dialogues or inner critic or self-talk, do you pause and observe that talk? While working on mundane tasks and chores, it… Continue reading What are you talking to yourself?

Inside, Outside

Strive to Thrive

The strong find a way to survive...and THRIVE!Billey Cox This photo was captured by my husband on our recent visit to the Howrah natural bridge in Neill Island. Still I could feel the sea breeze, salty-humid air, tickling touch of fishes, splashing waves on my feet, small scratches by the coral rocks. With warm people,… Continue reading Strive to Thrive

Outside

Is there any limit to human cruelty?

Model of the Cellular Jail in Andaman In the serene island of Andaman, surrounded by beautiful beach and lovely blue ocean water, there lies an architectural marvel. A historical building with seven wings radiated from the tower in straight lines, much like the spokes of a bicycle wheel. Though it carries only three wings now,… Continue reading Is there any limit to human cruelty?

Little things of joy

Little things of joy

This journey is yours, enjoy each and every step. Human tendency is to look for more...whatever we have, we want to have little more of it. This kind of thinking in terms of materialistic things could be considered as greed. However when we look for little more joy, inner peace, calmness, kindness, generosity and other… Continue reading Little things of joy